Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Inside EAA; Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle; British Pattern 1856 Carbine

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This week we go inside European American Armory, one of the foremost gun importers in the United States. Haven’t heard of EAA? Well, you’ve probably heard of Tanfoglio and the Witness line of pistols. But that’s not all EAA does. It also brings in Bounty Hunter single-action and Windicator double-action revolvers from Germany and MKA 19 semi-automatic shotguns from Turkey. More recently, EAA has crossed over into high-tech electronic storage devices and concealment devices with its ABDO system.







Also this week, Brian Sheetz tests the new Ruger Precision Rimfire Rifle chambered, obviously, in .22 Long Rifle.



In this week’s "I Have This Old Gun," we look at a carbine that saw considerable use with Confederate cavalry during the Civil War, the Enfield-based British Pattern 1856.



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